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The Fenix Play game can be found at casinos offering Wazdan software. Wazdan is one of the better established software developers in the online gaming market having been in operation since 2010. Unlike many of the smaller casino software providers Wazdan offer a selection of casino table games featuring some of the major table games, with a strong focus on slots games. Wazdan do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their games. As such we can say that the House Edge for Fenix Play is 3.56%.
Fenix Play is a 3 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, with 5 in total playing from left to right.
The game contains no special symbols or features to speak of but there are some high paying symbols described below:
Star – The “Star” symbol is the game’s most valuable, with 3 as part of a winning payline earning you 7.5 times the bet.
7 – The “7” symbol is the next most valuable symbol, with 3 as part of a winning payline earning you 5 times the bet.
Water Melon – The “Water Melon” is the next most valuable symbol, with 3 as part of a winning payline earning you 4 times the bet.
Grapes – The “Grapes” is the next most valuable symbol, with 3 as part of a winning payline earning you 3 times the bet.
Bell – The “Bell” is the next most valuable symbol, with 3 as part of a winning payline earning you twice the bet.
All other symbols will earning you back your bet if you can land 3 of them as part of a winning payline, except the “Lemon” and the “Cherries” which will earn you back half the bet.
Gamble – Once you have landed a winning payline you can choose to gamble your winnings in an attempt to double them. When this happens you will have to choose between 2 piles of ashes, trying to guess which one the “Fenix” will rise from. Guess correctly and you double your bet. Get it wrong and you lose the lot.
Fenix Play is a fruit machine. Whilst it may masquerade as a video slot, this game is no more advanced than the fruit machines that you might find in a pub, bar or a bookies. To not have wild symbols, scatter symbols or features of any kind (there is a gamble option, but I wouldn’t describe that as a feature) is so unusual in in today’s slots market that it feels as though there is a part of the paytable that is missing. Obviously, English speakers might be a little confused by the spelling of Phoenix, but if we want to give Wazdan the benefit of the doubt we can assume they were using the Spanish spelling. However, if that is the case it would have been nice to have seen some Spanish influences in the game. The house edge is offering decent value but with everything else as poor as it is we simply cannot recommend this game to anyone.